The Michigan Medical Marijuana Program (MMMP) is a state registry program with the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency. This program implements the statutory principles of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act in such a way as to protect the public and ensure the confidentiality of its participants.
Schedule an appointment.
Intake form fillout and submitting of documents.
Meet with our doctor.
Getting Approved! Receive your card.
The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act provides Michigan patients diagnosed with serious, debilitating, or life-threatening medical conditions with the opportunity to access medical marijuana legally if granted a Michigan Medical Marijuana Card.
The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act defines a “qualified patient” as a person who has been diagnosed by a doctor as having a debilitating medical condition. Under the “Michigan Medical Marijuana Act” the state has approved the use of medical marijuana for a variety of conditions such as:
The use of telemed provides convenience to our patients. Here are just a few of the benefits of using telemedicine for medical marijuana evaluations.
Telemedicine provides patients with the convenience and protection of their own homes to be assessed for medicinal treatment of marijuana. It is critical that we all follow the guidance of the CDC in these unprecedented and uneasy days, and take up the social distance to minimize the transfer of the new coronavirus (COVID-19). The use of TV means that our patients and staff are safe and secure.
Many of our patients are dealing with chronic weaknesses, making it difficult to physically enter our offices. We therefore initially conducted home-based assessments, as the state of Michigan does not allow us to test patients without a person-based physical exam. No patient has to worry about the ordeal of finding transport and getting to one of our offices, provided new regulations which allow telemed. Now you can get a smartphone, computer or tablet approval from any location!
With telemedicine, you no longer need to have an in-person evaluation with one of our physicians. This means no need to drive to our office or find transportation. In addition to saved time from not driving, telemed also means no more time spent in the waiting room of the doctor’s office reading magazines. With our virtual waiting room, you will be able to continue your daily activities until it is time for your appointment.
Once patients are approved and receive their recommendation for medical marijuana, they will be registered the very same day with Michigan’s medical marijuana program, so they can begin accessing dispensaries right away!
Telemedicine appointments are easy, so don’t worry if you aren’t too good with technology. Anyone can do it! Simply book an appointment online, fill out your digital intake forms; once the doctor verifies your forms are complete, now it is time for your appointment! You will receive a link to your virtual appointment. All you need to do is click the link, the link can be accessed using a smartphone, computer, or tablet, and you’ll be connected to a doctor. If approved by the doctor you can access your medical marijuana card via email download instantly. It’s that easy!
After 12 years you can finally get your Michigan Medical Marijuana Card from the comfort of your home. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity! We are here to make the medical approval process smooth and painless.
If you have a qualifying condition, then you’re eligible for Medical Marijuana. But before you can purchase and use medical cannabis, you’ll need to get an Michigan Marijuana card.
Patients must be of 18 years or older to obtain a medical marijuana card. Applicants under 18 years of age must provide two doctors’ statements and their parent or guardian must provide proof of identity, residency, and parentage or legal guardianship (such as a birth certificate or court order.
Medical Marijuana card holders are legally allowed to possess up to 12 plants.
Michigan Medical Marijuana Cards are good for 2 years.
The earliest you can apply for renewal is 60 days prior to the expiration of your medical marijuana card. The latest is 10 days before it expires.
2.5 ounces per patient of usable marijuana.
A patient must submit a request for a replacement card to the state of Michigan Medical Marijuana Program and at no cost, they will replace your medical marijuana card.
A caregiver must be at least 21 years old and designated by a patient on their application form as their caregiver and fill out the caregiver portion of the application. A caregiver can provide care for up to 5 patients.
You can purchase Medical Marijuana from provisioning centers licensed by the state of Michigan.